This is a discussion on Re: ad0 READ_DMA TIMEOUT errors on install of 7.0-RELEASE - FreeBSD ; > > If you replace the disk and you still continue to see DMA errors, then > my vote would be that you're experiencing the same thing others (and > myself, on one occasion) are. I've done my best to ...
> If you replace the disk and you still continue to see DMA errors, then
> my vote would be that you're experiencing the same thing others (and
> myself, on one occasion) are. I've done my best to bring this issue to
> the attention of proper people in recent days, and that's all I can say
> on the matter.
> | Jeremy Chadwick jdc at parodius.com |
> | Parodius Networking http://www.parodius.com/ |
> | UNIX Systems Administrator Mountain View, CA, USA |
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Ouch, I have a server which both hds show dma errors all new hardware.
I cant rule out hardware failure, incompatible sata interface etc.
but if it is a freebsd bug then surely its a showstopper as stability
is compromised which freebsd has built its reputation on. Did they
push ahead with release because waiting for the mia dev?
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